When john got away he ran into a large group who were on their way to join George Washington and his Colonial army. When the ask if he wants to join he feels like he has no choice but to join because after he shoot the British officer he knew that the British Army would be looking for him and that the group of people could offer him protection from the British for the time
He was a successful attorney he says that he played the people like a "puppet master ". It says, "And the upper courts to beat the claim of the crippled the window and orphan And made a fortune." This shows you that he was good at his job and that he made lots of money after winning his case. The poet refers to John as a mean person " but the rats devoured my hearts And a snake made a nest in my skull. " This is saying that his work may of caused him to be that way also his greed.
John had high morals and great integrity. He was a Quaker, a state senator for 16 years and a very successful mill owner, including a flour and a saw mill. He continued to acquire additional businesses, a bank, a woolen factory, and an insurance company. Not to mention he held stock in the railroad and commercial real estate. He would become one of the wealthiest, self-made men in town.
Being a police officer, John does many things that he gets away with that other residents of Canada con not get away with. John’s position within society led him to make poor decisions. Above all, John’s position within the society assured people he is a principled person, correspondingly leading him to make poor decisions. Many things the ordinary people would be confronted with, John does not encounter. John has a problem with decision-making throughout the book, an issue that led John into enormous trouble.
To me, John has so many qualities that make it very hard to distinguish whether he is good or not. The one thing that he is, for certain, is morally broken. As a person, he holds himself in high regard, and the rest of the town seems to as well. His most valuable possession is his
He seems to have obstacles in his journey which in this case are the antagonists. The wild pack of dogs and forest people are some of the forks in the road for John in his journey. John is a very defiant character. He does not listen to his father but rather to his heart when he is told that he should not go East. His character is also a static character, which is for the better.
Responsibility Over Living Sigmund Freud once said, “Most people do not really want freedom because freedom involves responsibility and most people are frightened of responsibility.” This quote in my opinion means that even though most people say they want freedom to do whatever they want, they really don’t because they’re too scared to accept responsibility for their actions. The character John hurt a lot of people in this novel because he is too afraid to be responsible. He would rather have a party than take care of a sick man’s house. He is not a good role model.
He tries to get help from his medical insurance to pay the expenses of the operation, but they let go of his hand because what John contributes every month does not qualify him to finance such an extremely expensive operation. His son, meanwhile, oblivious to the sufferings of the father, comes closer and closer to death. Then there is a change in John 's good that will give birth to another man, a consciousness that will lead him to act, to rebel, without caring about transgressing the values that up to then supported his existence. Finally, he decides that the life of his son is worth more than any rule or law. 2.
Although John’s many conflicts with his culture and relationships afflict him, he chooses to persevere, allowing it to unveil and mould his character. This resolution contributes to his hardships sculpting selflessness and integrity into his independent nature. Discovering this, John is able to resolve his internal strife and redeem his good reputation because of his suffering. Because he endures through every catastrophe, John’s identity is capable of evolving and he fixes his broken marriage. While misfortune is something people do everything humanly possible to avoid, there is no hope of cultivating one’s temperament without
It is indicated that he already convinced himself, and was trying to convince others that alcoholism is just a foolish habit and he can stop it anytime he wished. The analysis of those around him, the places he visits, how he relates with his family members and the people at work brought out facts about his real life. This convinced him to attend the AA program. His brothers had also given up on him, and they did not care about him so long as he was employed and was not causing trouble at home. After and involvement with the researchers of the AA program, the brothers accepted that alcoholism is a disease, and that their brother needed